As we continue to encourage New American Citizens to engage in their nations’ election process, New York Mennonite Immigration Programs would like to congratulate the participants of the NYMIP first Citizenship Workshop. We continue to support the workshop participants as they continue their naturalization journey by providing supports and services in the completion of N-400, document retrieval, representation, and so much more. We also welcome new participants in the second Citizenship Workshop which is now on it’s third week of sessions.
New York Mennonite Immigration Program wants to congratulate the winners of the New York primary elections.
Who is running in the General Election?
Democratic Incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo will run in the general elections against Republican Nominee Marcus Molinaro. Cuomo will also contend with third party nominees; Stephanie Miner is running as an Independent, Larry Sharp is running on the Libertarian nomination, and Howie Hawkins is the Green Party’s candidate.
All 435 House seats and 35 Senate seats are also up for election in the November 6, 2018 general election.
When is the General Election held?
General elections will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
When do I have to register to vote?
If you have already registered to vote and do not wish to change you party, you don’t have to take any further action as you are only required to register to vote once. However, first time voter applications must be postmarked no later than October 12, 2018 and the application must be received by the Board of Elections by October 17, 2018.
For more information about voter registration: